The mix of graffiti, illustration, comic language, psychedelic art and strong color combinations of organic and geometric forms with vectorial patterns is typical for Highraff (1977). This artist, born and raised in São Paulo, takes his inspiration from natural forms like the sun and the moon, stars, plants, animals, cells, atoms and planets, as well as from the spirit world, represented by natural elements like earth, wind, water and fire and sacred ancient art. For Highraff graffiti is transient, a visual shout in the city; art made to be seen immediately. Painting in public space is a way to bring happiness and reflection to an unknown audience that passes in the streets and unconsciously observes while following its daily routine. His art is as a conversation between visual pollution such as publicity, abandoned or neglected areas and architecture. The absence of nature in big cities such as São Paulo is a sad fact that makes Highraff feel the urge to remind people with his art about the importance of nature in our life.
Highgraff exhibited in several renowned galleries and museums around the world of which in São Paulo, New York and Denver (USA), Milano (Italy) and Austria.